C.P.E Centres


Basic Life Skills and Entrepreneurship Development Centre was established under Entrepreneurship & Library gradation up wing of the CPE Scheme. The Centre Functions as an independent unit to effectively take the benefit of the Scheme to the Students. In the Scenario it of globalization it is very important that the students are equipped with skill suitable for the market driven economy. Keeping this in View, BLSED organizes Capacity Building Programmes through projects .

  • Bridge the gap between the academic output and socio- economic expectations.
  • Organize need based skill development programmes for the staff and the students.
  • Organize extension programmes that focus on the skill development of the staff and students of the feeding institutions.
  • Organize specific entrepreneurship development programmes to equip the students for self employment
  • Develop skill development training modules.
Target Group
  • Students of the College
  • Staff of the college
  • Staff of feeding schools
  • Students of feeding school

  • Following are the types of activities organized by BlSED, independently and in association with various associating departments.
  • professional Skill Development programmes
  • Capacity building programmes
  • Awareness Programmes
  • Short term Courses
  • Guest Lectures
  • Guided studies
  • Seminars
  • Workshops
Basic research and Instrumentation [BRIC]

The college has a Central Instrumentation Centre to cater to the needs of all the science Departments of the college. The centre is equipped with a UV-Vis Double beam spectrophotometer, Haemoglobin meter Hb-250, Polymerase chain reaction unit; microplate reader, Modular baby fermentor, Soxhlet extractor with heating mantle and a rotary vacuum evaporator got through the financial assistance from UGC and management. The Staff and students of various departments use these facilities for their Project work. Primarily BRIC aims at creating awareness among students about scientific research and provides exposure to modern method of analysis.

Basic Information Technology Education Centre [BITEC]

The centre was established with a view to train both the UG and PG students in basic information technology.In order to prepare the students both for self employment and wage employment they are enquired with IT Skills.Including software, hardware solutions, maintenance and internet browsing.The staff members too are trained to handle computers and prepare CAL package.

"Working with rural communities to improve economic, social and cultural well-being "
Associating Departments

Economics and Rural Development, Social Work, Psychology, Political Science, Journalism, Home Science, Kannada, Statistics, History; and Commerce.
Centre acts as a collaborating centre for various research and extension activities of the associating departments; and conduct research methodology courses, workshops, e-content and skill development courses for the teachers programmes for students to undertake student research projects.

Programmes undertaken by the Centre are;

Awareness Programmes, Weekend Camps, On the Job Training, Field Visits/Surveys, Summer Projects, Guest Lectures, Action Research, Seminar/Workshops/Certificate Courses.

Objectives of the Centre

In moving toward the overall goal of improving the economic, psychological, social, political, environmental and cultural well-being in rural communities, and to create, and a healthy generation of new innovative thinking to achieve the goal, the Centre for Rural Studies seeks to:

  • Generate new knowledge through multi-disciplinary research and policy analysis about the challenges facing rural communities and potential pathways to sustainability.
  • Expand citizen and policymaker understanding about the contributions of and constraints faced by rural communities and the impacts of national and state policy on rural sustainability.
  • Engage rural communities in learning collaboratively about their strengths and opportunities and empower them to develop strategies to support long-term sustainability
  • Improving rural quality of life, conservation and documentation of rural traditional knowledge, collection and preserving rare and valuable articles.